Mancini stays 17th in All-Star voting

Trey Mancini has held firm in the 17th spot among American League outfielders after the latest round of voting for the All-Star Game.

Mancini is the only Orioles player appearing among the leaders at any position. First baseman Chris Davis has disappeared after ranking 10th last week.

Mancini-Tracks-HR-Gray-Sidebar.jpgAs the Orioles begin a three-game series in Oakland tonight, Mancini is batting .310/.365/.571 with 18 doubles, two triples, 16 home runs, 35 RBIs and 23 walks in 296 plate appearances. He’s 10-for-24 during a six-game hitting streak.

The ballot is available online and via mobile devices at MLB.com, all 30 club sites, the MLB At Bat and MLB Ballpark mobile apps and on Google Search, and it will be accessible until the “primary” voting period ends Friday at 4:00 p.m.

Later that evening, the top three vote-getters at each position and the top nine outfielders in both leagues will be revealed on MLB Network and move on to the second phase of voting.

Catchers
Gary Sánchez, Yankees, 1,357,340
James McCann, White Sox, 580,394
Robinson Chirinos, Astros, 487,868
Jason Castro, Twins, 444,533
Christian Vázquez, Red Sox, 302,686
Jonathan Lucroy, Angels, 268,710
Roberto Pérez, Indians, 176,976
Josh Phegley, Athletics, 151,679
Mike Zunino, Rays, 128,345
Martín Maldonado, Royals, 113,525

First basemen
Luke Voit, Yankees, 696,164
C.J. Cron, Twins, 586,303
Carlos Santana, Indians, 560,836
José Abreu, White Sox, 517,473
Yuli Gurriel, Astros, 433,692
Albert Pujols, Angels, 384,322
Miguel Cabrera, Tigers, 362,659
Edwin Encarnación, Yankees, 205,040
Mitch Moreland, Red Sox, 193,609
Ji-Man Choi, Rays, 168,723

Second basemen
Tommy La Stella, Angels, 1,020,912
Jose Altuve, Astros, 923,117
DJ LeMahieu, Yankees, 739,074
Jonathan Schoop, Twins, 362,504
Whit Merrifield, Royals, 247,903
Brandon Lowe, Rays, 237,277
Michael Chavis, Red Sox, 236,526
Jason Kipnis, Indians, 137,724
Dee Gordon, Mariners, 119,799
Yolmer Sánchez, White Sox, 110,786

Shortstops
Jorge Polanco, Twins, 818,082
Carlos Correa, Astros, 656,995
Gleyber Torres, Yankees, 565,728
Tim Anderson, White Sox, 510,337
Francisco Lindor, Indians, 460,952
Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox, 410,134
Andrelton Simmons, Angels, 274,181
Elvis Andrus, Rangers, 166,275
Adalberto Mondesi, Royals, 148,843
Willy Adames, Rays, 126,583

Third basemen
Alex Bregman, Astros, 1,322,935
Gio Urshela, Yankees, 502,614
Hunter Dozier, Royals, 424,028
Rafael Devers, Red Sox, 335,635
Marwin Gonzalez, Twins, 290,264
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays, 269,492
Matt Chapman, Athletics, 267,590
Yoán Moncada, White Sox, 262,416
David Fletcher, Angels, 192,712
José Ramírez, Indians, 136,766

Designated hitter
J.D. Martinez, Red Sox 893,689
Hunter Pence, Rangers, 602,766
Nelson Cruz, Twins, 506,211
Shohei Ohtani, Angels, 362,947
Aledmys Díaz, Astros, 353,015
Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees, 295,326
Avisaíl García, Rays, 282,170
Khris Davis, Athletics, 251,191
Daniel Vogelbach, Mariners, 237,238
Yonder Alonso, White Sox, 147,177

Outfielders
Mike Trout, Angels, 1,904,273
George Springer, Astros, 1,495,817
Michael Brantley, Astros, 924,173
Austin Meadows, Rays, 887,946
Mookie Betts, Red Sox, 777,642
Eddie Rosario, Twins, 687,515
Aaron Judge, Yankees, 577,640
Joey Gallo, Rangers, 537,934
Josh Reddick, Astros, 511,903
Max Kepler, Twins, 435,789
Byron Buxton, Twins, 418,287
Brett Gardner, Yankees, 259,179
Andrew Benintendi, Red Sox, 258,476
Jackie Bradley Jr., Red Sox, 234,302
Tommy Pham, Rays, 223,250
Aaron Hicks, Yankees, 221,578
Trey Mancini, Orioles, 206,620
Shin-Soo Choo, Rangers, 194,328
Kole Calhoun, Angels, 168,971
Kevin Kiermaier, Rays, 158,609

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